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>>. >> cheryl: good morning, thanks for joining us. >> carolyn: i'm carolyn tyler. let's take a look te weather with lisa argen. >> lisa: our warming and drying trend begins today. here look from mount tam. we are looking at clear started. winds higher elevations, a little bit of a breeze but we'll see very little of a sea breeze today. so with the weak breeze and practically no fog at our coast. we are on our way to a rapid warmup. excessive heat watch has been dropped but we still are looking at a wide range of temperatures. numbers will climb into the upper 80s in inland valleys. mid to upper 80s closer to the east bay. we're talking about warm day for the a's game, sunny skies at our beaches and look at the beginning of the workweek that locks very similar. i'll have details coming up. >> carolyn: thank you. as the temperatures climb several bay area counties are opening cooling centers to help people deal with the heat. in santa clara county, centers will be on 70 at cupertino and morgan hill. you can cool off alameda county at three city libraries and the union city spor
't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. >>. >> carolyn: most political analysts expect the democratic party to pick up a few seats in the next election but not enough to gain control. nancy pelosi disagrees. she says mitt romney selection of paul ryan as his running mate was a game changer. >> things really changed. we were on a path. the momentum was very much with us and medicare issue in this campaign, we were the messengers and we have the very excellent chance to take back the house. >> carolyn: she made her remarks on the cnn program state of the union. >>> that you in this morning, an 18-year-old chicago man faces federal terrorism charges after prosecutors say he planned to set off a car bomb off outside a bar. federal agents have been going through his home in chicago suburb hillside looking for evidence. he was arrested friday night after an undercover operation involving agents posing as extremists. he was arrested after they provided him with fake explosives. he is a u.s. citizen that was focus of investigators after he posted
on with us. we appreciate it. thank you. >>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. our other top story, the expected, but tragic news involving a highway patrol officer. >> no doubt it is on the mind of the officer just speaking with us. he was critic leer wounded in a shootout. tonight he passed away. we have live team coverage on the story. and we start with leslie brinkley live at john muir medical center in walnut creek. leslie, it was clear this was coming. >> that's certainly true, dan. a sad night here in walnut creek. we do know that family members and chp officials say by tomorrow they will be ready to begin plans for a memorial, but tonight the news out of here was that a family man, a dedicated chp officer died in the line of duty at john muir medical center tonight. >> this evening at approximately 6:05 p.m. officer kenyan youngstrom was pronounced deceased. >> doctors had not expected the officer to survive after a bullet to his head severed his spinal cord. he was on life support for a day and a half. his organs will now be donated. >> this has been a life alter
zipping in every direction, a pregnant woman escaped with her life. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. somehow, someway she was not hit by a bullet. amazingly with dozens of shots fired, neither was anyone else. it all went down on east 16th street and seminary avenue. alan wang is live at oakland's eastmont police station where the search for the gunman continues. >> that's right, dan. this happened around 3:30 this afternoon. i spoke with several residents who say they were extremely surprised that no one got shot. but they weren't surprised this happened. this is a tough part of oak -- oakland and this is what life is like here. >> i am a marine. i know. >> tony goodwin says he returned from iraq suffering from severe ptsd. the sound of machine gunfire went off right next to his apartment and reopened some deep mental wounds. >> immediately when i woke up i wanted to grab a weapon. i thought we were being attacked. >> it is scary. >> police say a man with a white shirt pulled over his face stood on the corner of east 16th street and seminary avenue and unload
'll talk more about the carolyn parker project in just a moment here. but i'm honored over the course of my career to spend a great deal of time with this guy working on projects. i mean, who knew as a kid born in mississippi and raised in indiana that i'd be hanging out and working on projects with jonathan demme one day, so i'm always honored to be in your presence. >> i can feel the very same way, tavis, please. tavis: i adore you, as you well know. but i raise my experience with you because getting to know you and not just having you on the show as a guest, i know that so much of what you do, almost all of it, is driven by a love, a passion, a connection to humanity. you've done a lot of stuff that's made a lot of money, a blockbuster stuff that's made hollywood very happy. i'm sure there's a lot more in the future for you in that regard, but so much of what you do, the majority of your corpus, isn't the blockbuster stuff. you really do follow your heart as a filmmaker. >> well, that's one of the big appeals to me for neil young because this is what his music's all about. you know, he's
the chevron refinery fire from the company's own surveillance camera. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm larry beil in for dan ashley. at the city council meeting residents were told that chevron failed to follow their own safety guidelines. john alston was at the meeting and he joins us now. john. >> reporter: the safety board said the pipe that failed was there for decades and it had lost over time 80% of its thickness. as you said, the board says that chevron failed to follow its own guidelines for pipe inspection. in the moments leading up to the explosion chevron surveillance video capture the countdown on august 6th. in a split second fire appears growing bigger by the minute. the safety board released the video. investigators revealed that the 8-inch pipe that failed was so weak portions of it were only one-16th of an inch thick. there was no evidence the section of pipe was inspected last year or ever. >> however we have obtained policy documents that recommend that every segment of pipe in this service should have been included in a pipe inspection program. >> but ch
. >> i'm carolyn johnson. san francisco police are out in force in the mission district right now. abc7 news reporter ama date is live with this breaking news. ama? >> carolyn, i am in front of this wells fargo bank. you can see some of the damage that was caused tonight, and like last night police are saying this is in response to the officer-involved shooting here in the mission last night that wounded a 22-year-old who police say was armed with a tech 9. now, the protestors are gathered near the park and they surrounded the mission station because it was vandalized last night. they started throwing bottles, paint and even a large hammer at officers. one officer was injured, non-life-threatening injuries treated. the protesters moved to 16th and mission where the u.s. bank is and wells fargo. they smashed windows and spray painted graffiti and made damage to a restaurant nearby. police caught up with them, and that's when the group dispersed. there was no arrests. protestors were passing out these anti-police fliers talking about the shooting saying "you can't shoot us all." and here
'm larry beil in for dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. san francisco police are out in force in the mission district right now. abc7 news reporter ama date is live with this breaking news. >> carolyn, i am in front of this wells fargo bank. you can see some of the damage that was caused tonight, and like last night police are saying this is in response to the officer-involved shooting here in the mission last night that wounded a 22-year-old who police say was armed with a tech 9. now, the protestors are gathered near the park and they surrounded the mission station because it was vandalized last night. they started throwing bottles, paint and even a large hammer at officers. one officer was injured, non-life-threatening injuries treated. the protesters moved to 16th and mission where the u.s. bank is and wells fargo. they smashed windows and spray painted graffiti and made damage to a restaurant nearby. police caught up with them, and that's when the group dispersed. there was no arrests. protestors were passing out these anti-police fliers talking about the shooting saying
in her house at all times. dan and carolyn, one person walked up to me and told me, it is just another day. reporting live in oakland, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> well, developing news in castro valley where police say two cars exchanged gunfire near interstate 580. the shots were reported about 7:30 on redwood road adjacent to westbound 580. the chp shutdown all westbound lanes between the castro valley exit and redwood road for about an hour so they could gather evidence. there are no reports of injuries. it doesn't appear anyone was hit. the investigation is on going. >>> new tonight in san jose, a terrifying time as a house goes up in flames. terrifying because it appeared that at least one person may have been trapped inside. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the fire started just after 7:00 tonight in the house behind me. take a look. you can see a lot of damage left behind. and right now firefighters and investigators are sifting through the remains. the cause is still under investigation. itthe fire started in the gara
'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. >> have you no where to go. >> they are breaking the law. >> tempers flare as the critical mass celebration turns to frustration for drivers stuck behind the wheel of their car. >> what started in san francisco in 1992 is a push for cyclist rights, and it spread to more than 300 cities worldwide, and thousands came out to mark two decades of the movement here. we have team coverage beginning with abc7 news reporter nick smith live at dolores park. >> it was a large crowd, and look over my shoulder. it was a crowd of bike riders helping kris cal mass celebrate 20 years of monthly bike rides through san francisco. the last 60 or 70 or so have gathered here at dolores park. the throngs of cyclists moved about in aimless celebration. while drivers could do nothing but sit and wait. >> we are actually not blocking traffic. we are traffic. >> for drivers, it was utter frustration. at market and van ness we saw one walk in and toc sell with the rider. then they pulled the bicyclist away from her. >> in texas we would shoot your [bleep]. >> police closely mon
for an extradition hearing on monday in nevada. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. >> have you no where to go. >> they are breaking the law. >> tempers flare as the critical mass celebration turns to frustration for drivers stuck behind the wheel of their car. >> what started in san francisco in 1992 is a push for cyclist rights, and it spread to more than 300 cities worldwide, and thousands came out to mark two decades of the movement here. we have team coverage beginning with abc7 news reporter nick smith live at dolores park. >> it was a large crowd, and look over my shoulder. it was a crowd of bike riders helping kris cal mass celebrate 20 years of monthly bike rides through san francisco. the last 60 or 70 or so have gathered here at dolores park. the throngs of cyclists moved about in aimless celebration. while drivers could do nothing but sit and wait. >> we are actually not blocking traffic. we are traffic. >> for drivers, it was utter frustration. at market and van ness we saw one walk in and toc sell with the rider. then they pulled the bicyclist away from her. >> in
. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. our other top story, the expected, but tragic news involving a highway patrol officer. >> no doubt it is on the mind of the officer just speaking with us. he was critic leer wounded in a shootout. tonight he passed away. we have live team coverage on the story. and we start with leslie brinkley live at john muir medical center in walnut creek. leslie, it was clear this was coming. >> that's certainly true, dan. a sad night here in walnut creek. we do know that family members and chp officials say by tomorrow they will be ready to begin plans for a memorial, but tonight the news out of here was that a family man, a dedicated chp officer died in the line of duty at john muir medical center tonight. >> this evening at approximately 6:05 p.m. officer kenyan youngstrom was pronounced deceased. >> doctors had not expected the officer to survive after a bullet to his head severed his spinal cord. he was on life support for a day and a half. his organs will now be donated. >> this has been a life altering tragedy for the family, and a tragedy that has
. >>> good evening. johnson.i'm carolyn johnson. our other top story, the expected, but tragic news involving a highway patrol officer. >> no doubt it is on the mind of the officer just speaking with us. he was critic leer wounded in a shootout. tonight he passed away. we have live team coverage on the story. and we start with leslie brinkley live at john live at mr medical center in walnut creek. leslie, it was clear this was coming. >> that's certainly true, dan. a sad night here in walnut creek. we do know that family members and chp officials say by tomorrow they will be ready to begin plans for a memorial, but tonight the news out of here was that a family man, a dedicated chp officer died in the line of duty at john muir medical center tonight. athis et approximately 6:05 p.m. officer kenyan youngstrom was pronounced deceased. >> doctors had not expected the officer to survive after a bullet to his headvered his sevs spinal cord. he was on life support for a day and a half. his organsnow be donated. >> this has been a life altering tragedy for the family, and a tragedy that has affected
three days. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. the barton bridge is closed for the entire labor day weekend. these are the last cars crossing the dunbar ton bridge between menlo park and fremont about an hour ago. about 30,000 vehicles a day cross it on any given weekend, so it is highly used. it is shutdown for seismic retrofit work, and it is not scheduled to reopen until the weekend 5:00 a.m. tuesday morning. this is a live shot of the eerily quiet bridge. we don't see it like this. cal trans is lifting it five inches to install a huge new pair of steel bearings to give it more flexibility when the next big crate hits. >> it is two disks that are put together and slide over each other. it gives this bridge about up to four feet of movement in any direction. >> alternate routes include the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge and the south bay 101, 880 loop. >> and fremont street is shutdown from howard to mission. this affects drivers from getting off the bay bridge. it is part of the construction from the trans bay transit terminal. fremont street is expected to reopen tuesday mo
ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. the attack on the u.s. consulate seemed well orchestrated and designed to take lives. as many as 20 heavily armed men set fire to that compound trapping the americans inside. they likely died of smoke inhalation. two american destroyers and 50 marines are on the move to libia tonight. all u.s. embassies around the world are on high alert. chris stevens is the first u.s. ambassador killed in the line of duty since 1988. he rushed to the compound to help save others and gave his life in the process. ama dates is live from the cal campus where a vigil took place at stevens fraternity. ama? >> reporter: yes, he was honored because this is where he went to school, and this was his fraternity. i spoke to one of his friends today who actually met him through the fraternity. they have been good friends ever since. and really it is his friends and family who are having a hard time dealing with the news of his death. candles and condolences at the fraternity house at cal. the men are honoring their fallen brother. the u.s. ambassador to libia chris st
now. no traffic. it is closed for the next three days. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. the barton bridge is closed for the entire labor day weekend. these are the last cars crossing the dunbar ton bridge between menlo park and fremont about an hour ago. about 30,000 vehicles a day cross it on any given weekend, so it is highly used. it is shutdown for seismic retrofit work, and it is not scheduled to reopen until the weekend 5:00 a.m. tuesday morning. this is a live shot of the eerily quiet bridge. we don't see it like this. cal trans is lifting it five inches to install a huge new pair of steel bearings to give it more flexibility when the next big crate hits. >> it is two disks that are put together and slide over each other. it gives this bridge about up to four feet of movement in any direction. >> alternate routes include the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge and the south bay 101, 880 loop. >> and fremont is shutdown from howard to mission. this affects drivers from getting off the bay bridge. it is part of the construction from the trans bay transit terminal.
the memorial took place. alan? >> hi, carolyn. there was a huge turnout, but it wasn't much of a surprise for the family of brett olson. they witnessed how social media mobilized the media with lightning speed. >> we are utterly grief stricken of my dear, sweet boy, brad. >> his father told the crowd of a thousand how much his son loved people, and how much he loved life. >> by my estimation if you use dog year calculations as a template, i believe he lived much longer than the 20 years he actually spent on it earth. on this earth. >> olson's father expressed astonishment how his community mobilized to find brett. he disappeared during a labor day gathering called the chico float. >> and then the wave began. the social media was lit up about talk about brett's disappearance. >> within the first four hours of posting it on facebook, 17,000 people joined the effort. the next day 46,000 had joined. eventually ballooning to more than 92,000 people. >> the world will not miss brett. we will in the deepest way, but the world must not miss the power of the focus to many that helped. >> friends s
with the referee's union. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. it is a deal that means regular refs will be back on the field immediately. a deal no doubt prompted by the outrage that followed the last call of the game on monday night. >> boy, it was an unbelievable , and larry beil is here with more. it was an unbelievable call. >> you have to go back to the lingerie league. he may not be that happy. but it took one high-profile national televised blunder to end the lockout. a tentative agreement has been reached and the real refs will be back tomorrow night in baltimore. the blown call on monday night brought such outrage and criticism that the nfl had to get a deal done and done fast. so the refs will get more money and compromise owed a pension plan and 401k, and the nfl may hire some officials full time. after three weeks of the replacements, the fans were happy to hear the qualified refs will be back. >> it is about time. the nfl owners were said to be gridey and unre-- were said to be greedy and unresponsive even to the detriment of their product. >> when the niners lose i wa
way. they say they were peaceful and they created some angry drivers. but dan and carolyn, there were no arrests tonight. kyra clapper, abc news. >> thanks, kyra. the mission district uh-huh loft kris cal mass demonstrators. critical mass demonstrators. >> at the intersection of 18th and vaw vaw lens yaw, a splinter group of about 200 riders occupied the intersection doing what they referred to as the circle. riding around in a circle in the middle of the intersection while the lights changeed several times. some drivers backed up in frustration. riders say on the whole it was a successful critical mass, and even some motorists agree. >> it is always challenging when there is a lot of people going through a small space, but i thought the drivers were peaceful. i thought the riders were really peaceful, and i thought we worked together to make it a positive ride. >> some people got out of the cars and waived and honked in delight. i don't think it is too bad. >> i was waiting to run into something like this. i think it is pretty cool. >> if you were driving in san francisco tonight it
a military strike on iran's nuclear program. thanks for joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a first look at our weather with our meet olympics jest lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn, good morning, everyone. here is our high definition emeryville camera. the fog is moving across the bay. some of the fog dense to the north. in and around the santa rosa area and also around the central coast. starting out with mostly cloudy skies. temperatures are in the mid-50s but dropping into the upper 40s in some of our north bay valleys. by 7:00 we should see mainly 50s. we will have more sunshine. and looking at some hazy conditions around noon with more 60s to low 70s in our inland east bay. notice we are still in the upper 50s at our coast with some partial afternoon clearing. upper 80s return to our inland valleys. low clouds and fog getting the upper hand today in some neighbors. i'll detail the forecast for the week ahead a bit later. carolyn. >> we will look for you later, lisa. developing news in fairfield this morning where we are learning more details about three people who were s
tonight. seven weeks after the chevron refinery fire. good evening everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. dan is off tonight. many of those who turned out tonight wanted those answers from chevron. still worried about their health and they are concerned about the criminal charges that chevron bypassed air quality monitoring stations for years. allen live at richmond city hall tonight. >> carolyn, one of the things the people found out is that the ruptured pipe should have been as thick as these 5 penny but it went unchecked and it was only as thick as one penny when it blew. >> i wake up every morning feeling the affects of chevron. >>reporter: panel of federal state local authorities told the crowd of about 100 they would tirelessly seek justice for those affected by the chevron refinery fire on august 6. federal investigators say there's no evidence chevron inspected the pipe that ruptured. >> did not inspect individual components that failed which was less than 5 feet in length. >> however we have obtained internal documents from chevron that recommend that every segment of the pipe in
everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. dan is off tonight. many of those who turned out tonight wanted those answers from chevron. still worried about their health and they are concerned about the criminal charges that chevron bypassed air quality monitoring stations for years. allen live at richmond city hall tonight. >> carolyn, one of the things the people found out is that the ruptured pipe should have been as thick as these 5 penny but it went unchecked and it was only as thick as one penny when it blew. >> i wake up every morning feeling the affects of chevron. >>reporter: panel of federal state local authorities told the crowd of about 100 they would tirelessly seek justice for those affected by the chevron refinery fire on august 6. federal investigators say there's no evidence chevron inspected the pipe that ruptured. >> did not inspect individual components that failed which was less than 5 feet. >> however we have obtained internal documents from chevron that recommend that every segment of the pipe in this service should have been included in a pipe inspection program. >> u.s
'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. somehow, someway she was not hit by a bullet. amazingly with dozens of shots fired, neither was anyone else. it all went down on east 16th street and seminary avenue. alan wang is live at oakland's eastmont police station where the search for the gunman continues. >> that's right, dan. this happened around 3:30 this afternoon. i spoke with several residents who say they were extremely surprised that no one got shot. but they weren't surprised this happened. this is a tough part of oak -- oakland and this is what life is like here. >> i am a marine. i know. >> tony goodwin says he returned from iraq suffering from severe ptsd. the sound of machine gunfire went off right next to his apartment and reopened some deep mental wounds. >> immediately when i woke up i wanted to grab a weapon. i thought we were being attacked. >> it is scary. >> police say a man with a white shirt pulled over his face stood on the corner of east 16th street and seminary avenue and unloaded 38 rounds. >> i looked up, and i just started seeing stuff flying. i told my
for joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi there, carolyn. good morning, everyone. from our sutro camera you can see a little bit in the way of low clouds and fog. some of had is creating dense fog along the shoreline. the sun is up, 6:59. it will be gray at our coast. temperatures have dropped into the 40s in some spots. but for the rest of the morning, we are talking low to mid-50s and some upper 50s. then by noontime we will see mostly sunny skies, 60s and 70s. a few high clouds drifting by this afternoon for temperatures of slightly cooler, a little bit more of a sea breeze. we will see mid-60s downtown, 70s around the bay. low 70s for oakland today with mid-80s inland. and this evening a little bit more fog. so we have a railroad fall-like forecast. the rest of it is upcoming. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a federal criminal investigation of chevron's richmond's refinery is underway. officials are examining why chevron allowed hydrocarbon gases to by-passed through monitoring equipment to be burned off
. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm larry beil in for dan ashley. at the city council meeting residents were told that chevron failed to follow their own safety guidelines. john alston was at the meeting and he joins us now. john. >> reporter: the safety board said the pipe that failed was there for decades and it had lost over time 80% of its thickness. as you said, the board says that chevron failed to follow its own guidelines for pipe inspection. in the moments leading up to the explosion chevron surveillance video capture the countdown on august 6th. in a split second fire appears growing bigger by the minute. the safety board released the video. investigators revealed that the 8-inch pipe that failed was so weak portions of it were only one-16th of an inch thick. there was no evidence the section of pipe was inspected last year or ever. >> however we have obtained policy documents that recommend that every segment ve been included in a pipeould inspection program. >> but chevron is saying that it is sorry and saying it is sorry several times is not enough. >> the plant m
richmond city hall tonight. >> carolyn, one of the things the people found out is that the ruptured pipe should have been as thick as these 5 penny but it went unchecked and it was only as thick as one penny when it blew. >> i wake up every morning feeling the affects of chevron. >>reporter: panel of federal state local authorities told the crowd of about 100 they would tirelessly seek justice for those affected by the chevron refinery fire on august 6. federal investigators say there's no evidence chevron inspected the pipe that ruptured. >> did not inspect individual components that failed which was less than 5 feet in length. >> however we have obtained internal documents from chevron that recommend that every segment of the pipe in this service should have been included in a pipe inspection program. >> u.s. chemical safety board says the decision made by chevron are being investigated. another decision in question has history residents even more fired up. >> how long can we hold our breath? the fire was spread over 11 hours. >> epa launched a criminal investigation into why c
three days. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. the barton bridge is closed for the entire labor day weekend. these are the last cars crossing the dunbar ton bridge between menlo park and fremont about an hour ago. about 30,000 vehicles a day cross it on any given weekend, so it is highly used. it is shutdown for seismic retrofit work, and it is not scheduled to reopen until the weekend 5:00 a.m. tuesday morning. this is a live shot of the eerily quiet bridge. we don't see it like this. cal trans is lifting it five inches to install a huge new pair of steel bearings to give it more flexibility when the next big crate hits. >> it is two disks that are put together and slide over each other. it gives this bridge about up to four feet of movement in any direction. >> alternate routes include the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge and the south bay 101, 880 loop. >> and fremont street is shutdown from howard to mission. this affects drivers from getting off the bay bridge. it is part of the construction from the trans bay transit terminal. fremont street is expected to reopen
. >> i'm carolyn johnson. that surveillance footage shows the thieves making off with the $11,000 creel low -- cello. but for the student it means so much more. we go to the conservatory of music with john. john? >> the word was out about the cello that was stolen from a locker here. now it is the passion of this student, but he also needs it to make money to play gigs to put food on his table and a roof over his head. >> there is an empty feeling now because criminals came through and rummaged through my stuff and took my most available possession. >> 23-year-old adam young is talking about the cello he has played for the past 11 years. now it is gone after it was stolen sunday afternoon from his locker on the fourth floor of the san francisco conservatory of music on oak street. >> i feel like my life is put on pause right now. >> the best hope of getting it back is this surveillance video. showing a well-dressed man and woman going floor to floor at the conservatory. the pair spent an hour here before the man walked out with a cello case strapped to his shoulder. that is the stolen i
for any sign of a cal poly college student. he is missing. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. good morning, everyone. we have the clear sky this morning from our roof camera. the official sunrise 67:47. some of our temperatures in the north bay valleys have dropped significantly. we are down into the lower 40s to start out. and that fog, some patches of it across the bay into our east bay. but by the afternoon we will see more sunshine, but the temperatures, yeah, you are going to definitely going to not a cool down. look at the 90s there. they are more widespread. more 80s for the extreme eastern portion of our bay. so we are talking about a cool down of anywhere from two to six degrees today. the onshore flow kicks up, and that means a sea breeze at our coast. we will talk about the particulars coming up and how long this cool down will stick around. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. a walnut creek man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after his pickup truck struck two wom
in the bay area. i'm larry beil in for dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. the attack on the u.s. consulate seemed well orchestrated and designed to take lives. as many as 20 heavily armed men set fire to that compound trapping the americans inside. they likely died of smoke inhalation. two american destroyers and 50 marines are on the move to libia tonight. all u.s. embassies around the s stevens is the firstt. first u.s. ambassador killed in the line of duty since 1988. he rushed to the compound to help save others and gave his life in the process. ama dates is live from the cal campus where a vigil took place at stevens fraternity. ama? >> reporter: yes, he was honored because this is where he went to school, and this was his fraternity. i spoke to one of his friends today who actually met him through the fraternity. they have been good friends ever since. and really it is his friends and family who are having a hard time dealing with the news of his death. candles and condolences at the fraternity house at cal. the men are honoring their fallen brother. the u.s. ambassador
's union. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. it is a deal that means regular refs will be back on the field immediately. a deal no doubt prompted by the outrage that followed the last call of the game on monday night. >> boy, it was an unbelievable , and larry beil is here with more. it was an unbelievable call. >> you have to go back to the lingerie league. he may not be that happy. but it took one high-profile national televised blunder to end the lockout. a tentative agreement has been reached and the real refs will be back tomorrow night in baltimore. the blown call on monday night brought such outrage and criticism that the nfl had to get a deal done and done fast. so the refs will get more money and compromise owed a pension plan and 401k, and the nfl may hire some officials full time. after three weeks of the replacements, the fans were happy to hear the qualified refs will be back. >> it is about time. the nfl owners were said to be gridey and unre-- were said to be greedy and unresponsive even to the detriment of their product. >> when the niners lose i want to know th
for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. >> we had a nice day yesterday but the fog, boy, it took some time to clear. really it didn't totally from the coast. but today a different story. the warmup still on tap. the sea breeze will be lighter and we are still looking at some patchy fog this morning. by the 10:00, 11:00 hour continues to push back and we will see some sunshine. numbers in the mid-60s to upper 60s from the coastline and the fog not far, but we will see mostly sunny skies around the bay. and the warmup continues with numbers in the mid-80s, oakland upper 80s down through san jose. and the upper 90s in the livermore valley. so that is an increase about five to seven degrees in our warmest inland valleys. we will talk about the beginning of the work week, which still features the warmth. that's coming up, carolyn. >> thank you, lisa w this heat wave, several day area counties are opening cooling centers to deal with the heat. in santa clara, cooling centers will be open in cupertino a
is here with the story. >> carolyn, i spoke to his brother today, and he didn't want to talk on camera, but he told me his mother and sister are still in peru trying to figure out exactly what lead to kyle's death. the 18-year-old resident died at a spiritual retreat in peru three weeks ago. it happened after he ingested a hallunicogenic plant during a ritual. when nolan didn't return home his mother and sister made the trip south to find him. his mother spoke to the media about the search. >> no one has seen from him, no one has heard from him. he hasn't left peru yet left to immigration. it is like he has vanished. there is no sign of him anywhere. >> today peruvian police say this shaman has been arrested after confessing to burying nolan. two other men have been taken into custody accused of helping him dispose of nolan's body in the jungle. he lead authorities to the body and told officials nolan died after exceeding the dosage of the medicinal plant. according to the press democrat, nolan's parents knew he was going to peru to take part in the ritual. the huh hallunicogenic grew
to sea in a stolen sailboat are safe tonight. it is an ordeal that began three days ago. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. they were taken on an odyssey that included a stolen boat. but those two kids, three-year-old brooklyn and devon, just two, are okay while their father is in serious trouble. thomas roman is live in monterey with this developing story. >> reporter: dan, after 72 hours and a lot of nail biting, those two children are back with their mother. it happened a little while ago in monterey. the coast guard cuter came into monterey bay was unleashed. the sailboat in which he sailed away with his two-year-old -- with his two children on tuesday. south san francisco police sergeant announced the successful recovery of the children. >> i am glad to announce that devon and brooklyn have been rescued from their three-day ordeal at sea. >> reporter: the coast guard received notice that the boat had been spotted. after launching several craft including two cutters and aircraft, they shadowed the boat until they were able to come close enough to contact christopher. >>
poop to weather. i love it. >> carolyn and larry. a beautiful day today. most of the bay area enjoyed warmer techlts hot in lil more. 96 in fairfield 61 san francisco. half machine bay 59 degrees. didn't warm-up due to the fog. i show you time lapse tonight from our high definition many ka are. high cloud moving in we lack to do you want san francisco and the fog down pwlochlt let check out live doppler 7 hd. that fog layer is actually still real shallow tonight but it is con finance to the coast because it is so shall of the 1,000 feet deep and we are seeing erased visibilityal the coast and watch out the morning commute. mid 50's at the coast line so about the mid 70's in antioch and here are the highlights fog at the coast tonight around the bay wide range of conditions tomorrow with slightly cooler weather heading into the weekend. overnight readings. really low 50's to low 60's. nights longer so the temperatures are really fall by morning make sure the little buns have a sweatshirt or jacket and of course sure you have an extra layer on. cool start with the fog aroun
francisco. >> and then later on "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. carolyn and larry, up next on "nightline" the latest on the turmoil in the middle east after militants storm the u.s. consulate in libia killing the ambassador there. anti-american protests are erupting across the region. plus, why the popular de what's that? swavory. swavory? use it in a sentence. uh, my new waffle breakfast sandwich is "swavory." it's got the savory goodness of my new country grilled sausage, plus a fried egg and melting cheese, and the sweetness of toasted maple waffles. so, triple word score...that's 96 points for me. "nonookie?" what's that supposed to... oh. right now, get a large fountain drink for only a buck. team went to the santa rosa school board meeting to ask a simple question. was it ever appropriate for a teachers and tore strike a student? >> dan noyes is here with the sometimes surprising answers in this i team follow-up. >> larry and carolyn, i first told you last month that the school district investigated a teacher and found that he had in fact slapped at least two special ed students in
'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. we begin with the breaking news in san francisco tonight. >> happening in the mission contradict where protestors have vandalize the police station there after an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at san franci
>> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. we begin with the breaking news in san francisco tonight. >> happening in the mission contradict where protestors have vandalize the police station there after an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries
. >> i'm carolyn. we begin with the breaking news in san francisco tonight. >> happening in the mission contradict where protestors have vandalize the police station there after an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at san francisco general hos
that will feature a summer-like sizzle. we'll have you back with a look at the forecast in a few minutes. carolyn? >> see you then. thanks, sandhya. >>> barack obama and mitt romney duking it out now at the home stretch. the new poll showing the race in a key battleground state is slipping away from romney. why he says he is not worried. >> and the bay area native who survived a deadly of a good afternoon. what he is saying about his ordeal. >> and a quarter of a million dollar jackpot lost in san francisco. >> and then later on "nightline" -- >> i'm cynthia mcfaden, coming up next on "nightline," in the rebellion against the new healthy school lunch guidelines. and from harry potter to a new book for adults only. jk ♪ just put a little bit of yourself ♪ ♪ in everything you do [ female announcer ] add your own ingredients to hamburger helper for a fresh take on a quick, delicious meal. it's one box with hundreds of possibilities. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant shift in momentum in the race for presiden
of the commission. we want to thank sfgtv staffer covering the meeting today. carolyn and jesse. madam clerk, please take roll- call. >> commissioner of a los, absent. supervisor campos, present. supervisor olague, present. chairperson schmeltzer, present. chairperson pimentel, present. we do have a quorum. supervisor campos: thank you very much. please call item number two. >> item two, approval of the lafco minutes from the june 15, 2012 special meeting. supervisor campos: colleagues, we have before us the minutes of the june 15, 2012 meeting. i like to open it up to any member of the public who would like to speak on this item. seeing none, public comment is closed. if we could please take a motion. motion by commissioner schmeltzer. second by commissioner olague de. we can take that without objection. madam clerk, please call item three. >> item 3, community choice aggregation activities report. status update on cleanpowersf program. and a status update on proceedings at the california public utilities commission. supervisor campos: i will turn it over to michael campbell of the san francisco pu
>> good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our youologist, lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. here's mount tam. looks sunny. a bit of a breeze blowing in the higher elevations but way up there we are looking at a little bit of fog. a speck of it in santa rosa where numbers have dropped down into the 40s. today a narrow spread. we will see 60s to 80s instead of the mid-and upper 80s. you notice is well out into the valley. we have a system offshore that will generate a bit more of a breeze and cooler air filters in throughout the afternoon. temperatures will be a little cooler today. i'll tell you how long it is going to last because we have a warmup to talk about with our seven-day outlook a little later. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a walnut creek man has been charged with manslaughter after two women were struck last night with his truck. one died and one is in the hospital. police have identified the driver at 53-year-old hussein debe. rees. >> witnesses say about 6:30 the red chevrolet picku
. >> a san francisco player singing the blues. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. that surveillance footage shows the thieves making off with the $11,000 creel low -- cello. but for the student it means so much more. we go to the conservatory of music with john. john? >> the word was out about the cello that was stolen from a locker here. now it is the passion of this student, but he also needs it to make money to play gigs to put food on his table and a roof over his head. >> there is an empty feeling now because criminals came through and rummaged through my stuff and took my most available possession. >> 23-year-old adam young is talking about the cello played for has played for the past 11 years. now it is gone after it was stolen sunday afternoon from his locker on the fourth floor of the san francisco conservatory of music on oak street. >> i feel like my life is put on pause right now. >> the best hope of getting it back is this surveillance video. showing a well-dressed man and woman going floor to floor at the conservatory. the pair spent an hour here before the man walked
. look at this. one voter, carolyn perry has been voting in north carolina since 1967. this month, she got a letter from her county board of elections saying she might not be qualified to vote anymore on account of she might be dead. she says, quote, my initial reaction, i was mad as hell. yes. understandably. carolyn perry's county is sending these "you might be dead" letters to 148 voters because of this kick the people off the voting rolls process started by a north carolina tea party group. they sent letters to these voters alleging they are dead and actually already 42 of the people on the list have raised their living hands and said, hold on there, hold on there a minute, now, i do not appear to be dead, at least when i look at myself in the mirror. so far, north carolina elections officials say they have found not a single instance, not one, of anybody on the tea party group's challenge list who has voted when they were not supposed to vote. so the press is saying, because this tea party group says so, that 30,000 of the voters in north carolina, 30,000 of the votes in north car
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